Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 25, 1966
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18 teams enter Bulldog Relay Both Garrigan and Algona in Class B class The 3rd annual Bulldog Re lays will be held Saturday in the new Algona high school athletic field track. A crack field of 18 taints, dlvldtd into thr«M clMttt, will cemptt* with afternoon and oyonino field events and races. All of the field events will be held in the aftornoon with the preliminaries in the high and lew hurdles and 100 and 220-yard dashes te be held in the afternoon. ^ All running and relay finals will be held at night, beginning TWELVE PAST DISTRICT Governors of Rotary and their wives had a banquet Thursday evening at Charlie's Supper Club. Pictures from left to right are James E. Walnisley, Cedar __ Falls, the 1968-67 nominee for District Governor of .Rotary; Joseph G. Werner, Rotary, Interna- ^"6-30 p.m. The "afternoon fes" tional Representative, Madison, Wis., who was the speaker; Chet Schoby, Algona Club president; tivities will be held beginning Elmer Lindhart, District Governor from Humboldt; and Lyle ;Riedinger, Conference .Chairman, at 1;30 pm , ;I/ - H - Class C — 10', Elliott, Swea City, 1965. High Jump — Class A — 6', Mokelbust, Ea< gle Grove, 1965. Class B — 5' 9", Lewis, Emmetsburg, 1965. Class C — 5' 9", DeSart, Sentral, 1965. Broad Jump — Class A — 21* ll^s", Brauman, Eagle Grove, 1965. Class B — 20', Trytten, Lake Mills, 1964. Class C — 19' 5%", O'Green, Swea City, 1965. 100 Yard Dash — Class A — 10.1, Tidman, of Hampton, 1965. ' Class B — 10.4, Hodges, Lau rens, 1964. Class C — 10.2, Trauger, Lu Verne, 1964. 220 Yard Dash — Class A — 24.1, Crawford, o , , Also attending was vice-chairman of the Conference, Wally Hill and his wife. .... r . ••'•-•'••• • . i ! . Photo, by Pouridstone'. 4-HNews WHITTEMORE BOYS April 12, at 7:45 o'clock/the Whittemore 'Boys met with Jim, Walker presiding. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Ann Solback. Volunteers for the re creation committee are Steve Detrick, John Winkel, Rick Elbert, Tom Soebach and Mike Mosbach. The championship plaque, won by the junior basketball team, will be placed in the Whittemore elevator. Mothers are invited to the next meeting; in the St. Michael's school hall. Lunch was .served by Do- gotchs and Tucksens. Reporter is Becky Bormann. Three Algonans to Washington meet Mrs. .1;'••€.. Everds, Mrs; L. L. Riter, and Mrs. J. J. Schutter will be among 85 women taking a chartered plane from Des Moines for Washington, D. C., May 3 to attend a republican woman's conference. They will be among 22 representing the Sixth congressional district. The, conference Tvill'open on May 5 and Algona, Garrigan at bottom in Spencer Relays BOTH ALGONA high school and Garrigan will i compete in the Class B division. Both have been a little less than (l outstand- . ing thus far this season. But they should be closer to their | own class in this meet, Teams competing. ajre: Class A — Clear Lake, Eagle Grove, Iowa Falls, Forest City, Humboldt and Spencer. Class B — Algona, Buffalo Center, Emmetsburg, Garrigan, I Lake Mills and Twin Rivers. Class C — Lakota, LuVerne, Meservey-Thornton, Ringsted, Sentral and Graettinger. Garrigan wins golf opener; Bulldogs lose Algona higih . . . pickedup A list of events and their follow: 1;30 _ Preliminar ies and Pi seven points and Garrigan 6Vfe i;ou _ rrettlliuiisiw aim Kir m the Spencer-Relays Friday nalg in the shot Discus Bro&A afternoon and evening . .The j p ole Vault - ~ -. two clubs, however, . finished] T f/ next to last and last in the eight- team Class A field Jump. Hampton, 1965. Class B — 23.5, Trytter, Lak Mills, 1965. Class C — 10.8, Trauger, Lu Verne, 1965. 120 Yard High Hurdles — Class A — 15.5, Tilton, Hum boldt, 1965. Class B — 15.4, Driscoll, Emmetsburg, 1965. Class C — 15.1, Abrams; of Meservey Thornton, 1965. 180 Yard Low Hurdles — Class A — 20.7, Anderson, of Humboldt, 1965. Class B — 19.9, Misner, Belmond, 1965. Class C — 20.4, Abrams, of Meservey Thornton, 1965. 440 Yard Dash — Class A — 52.2, Maach, Humboldt, 1965. Class B — 53.1, Trytter, Lake Mills, 1965. Class C — 55.6, Preston, Sen tral, 1965. 880 Yard Run — Class A — 2:04, Sandvig, Ea The Algona and Garrigan high school golf teams opened ,heir spring seasons Friday afternoon with opposite results. The Boars edged Ringsted on the Algona Country Club course, 167-170 while the Bulldogs lost to Clear Lake there. Brian LaBarre spanked out a 39 to pace the Garrigan golf win. Bob Smith was next up for the Bears with a 40 while John Hamilton added a 42 and Steve Erpelding a 46. Also playing but finishing out of the top four were John Bradley and Mark Erpelding with 47's. Ringsted's top man was Ron Peterson with a 41. The Bears have two meets this week. They meet St. Ed mond's at the Fort Dodge Coun try Club Monday and entertain Newman cf Mason City Wednes THE ALOONA high school .59-171 there Friday. Phil Tay or paced the Bulldogs with a 42 while Dan Merry man and Don Hagen had 43's. Other varsity golfers v are Greg Buchanan with a 45 and Brad Kraft with a 46. The Algona Junior Varsity al so lost, 177-201. Tim Will led the JV's with a 50 while John Will had a 52, Bruce Olson 53 Craig Taylor 56 and Steve Chris chilles 59. Algona has two dual meet this week, facing Humbold there today and >entertainin Emmetsburg here Wednesday. ALOONA MONDAY, APRIL «> Miller, Hatten art honored Dick Muller of Garrigan high school and Rob Hatten of St. John's of Bancroft were r named to the eight-man' «r»t ? Sioux City Diocesan basketball team released recently. Muller, a junior, will have another year at Garrigan while Hatten is a senior. Hatten was also named to the first team All-Diocesan baseball ClUb. ' ' .'• •••:•••!. 'I Honoree — John A. Fultonf Leon, was honored recently :b)l members of the Leon Odd Fel| low and Rebekah Lodges, when he was presented a 50-year jewf el for continuous membership^ in the order. ay at the Algona Country Club. FOR SALE OR RENT — 3 bsd- room house, close in. Call 2952391. 33-36* concludelMay 7. ..HI Viiii ill iiiniiiiiiiH Dr. J.G: C%saddle , , , \ ' • IS NOW X>PEN. FOR APPOINTMENTS . PHONE 29*2244 V t 12 N: Thoririgton ' Algona, Iowa :: .t:.t..i..i..i..i..i..i..i. i..i..i..i ,,t it n 11 in i 111 HIM i i.i.m.H 1:30 — Preliminaries High toyel^rthy. won .second ^ 50eS i'preliminaries 100 Yd. in the high .jump and the nule' and; two-mile relay teams placed fourth to win-the Garriglm. points. Algona got a. second pla-i 2>40 _ ce from Dave Martin in the Ipw Das \.: hurdles and a third from Dale' - ' PreliminarieSiLow 'Hu- 220 Yd. Teeter in the open 440-yard run to win all the Algona high scho- '' ' ' 6:30 — 100 Yd. DasU fi:45 ^_ 2 Mile Relay. The Garrigan freshmen placed fifth in two relays; the 440- yard and 880-yard events. No points, were given for'freshmian races. . • Garrigan will compete in the Humboldt Relays this Wednesday While Algona will be in/action in 'the Milford .Relays this week prior to the Bulldog Relays here Saturday. ; District trophy won by Kossuth G.O.P. women The Kossuth County Republican Women were given recognition and won the traveling trophy at the spring meeting of the 6th : District Republican Women at the V.F.W. hall in Estherville' Thursday. Pearl Moore accepted the traveling award in behalf of the county for having the highesn percentage of the membership quota in. The, county group re ceived recognition for having: 11 women from their organization present, Betty Schutter, 6th district 7:30 — Mile Run (open—flit classes). , , . \ ' 7:50 — 120 High Hurdles. 8:00 — 880 Yd. Relay. ? 8:15 — 440 Yd. Dash. ; 8:30 — 180 Yd. Low Hurdles. 8:40 — Medley Relay. 8:55— 880 Yd. Run. 9:05 •••— 440 Yd. Relay. * 9:15 — Mile Relay. Bulldog Relay records follow. The Algona medley relay team holds one mark while Swea City holds four relay marks. Individuals with meet records include Preston and DeSart ol Sentral; Thomsen of Lakota Trauger and Bristow of Lu- Verne and Elliott and Kockler of Swea City. Shot Put — Class A — 50' 8%", Thornton Humboldt, 1965. Class B — 48' 7V2 1 ', Stauss, o gle Grove, 1965. Class B — 2:10.4, Wessels, o Laurens, 1965. Class C — 2:16.3, Thomsen Lakota, 1965. 440 Yard Relay— Class A — 45.6, Hampton, i 11965, Class B— 46.4, Belmond, in 1965. Class C —,48.0, Meservey Kwrriiton,' 1965?-' •^•—< :! ? * 880 Yard Relay Too Late To Classify FOR SALE — 7 room'home with car-port, full bath upstairs half-bath downstairs, large new iamily room with fire place, car seting, drapes, landscaped back yard. James Mallory, LuVerne Iowa. 30w33 FOR SALE—PUREBRED HAMP SHIRE BOARS: BIG AND RUG GED. RICHARD OLSON, TEL 272-4537, Swea City, Iowa. 3340 Emmetsburg, 1965. Class C — 52' 4V2", Winter Meservey Thornton, 1965. Discus — Class A — 139* 11%", Bjorn son, Humboldt, 1965, Class B — 135' 8%", Wadd ington, Belmond, 1965. Class C — 140' 11%", Winter Meservey Thornton, 1965. Pole Vault — Class A — 12' W, Olson, of Humboldt, 1965. Class B — 11' 6", Mullen, of — 1:34.6, Hampton, 1:34.7, Belmond, 1:38.1, Swea City, FOR SALE — Two bedroom house with garage and finish ed basement, 1515 E. Oak, phon 295-2388. 33-36 Class A 965. Class B 965. Class C 965. Mile Medley Relay — Class A — 3:49, Eagle Grove, 1965. Class B — 3:47,3, Algona, in 1965. Class C — 3:57.2, Swea City, 1965. Mile Relay — Class A — 3:32.6, Humboldt, 1965. Class B — 3:37.8, Belmond, in 1965. Class C — 3:41.4, Swea City 1965. 2 Mile Relay — Class A — 8:24.2, Eagle Grove in 1965. Class B — 8:46.7, Emmets burg, 1965. Class C — 9:09.2, Swea City 1964. Open Mile Run Kockler, Swea City, 4:48.3, in 1965. Drive yoyrwlf • powerhoywl New International Cub Cadet Tractors in a new range of howpewar -- 7, 10 and 1? ... with big, powerful direct driyt . , , with §11 the powtrbeuf* features of the big tractor*, but with €ub Cadet'i own cun> ning maneuverability and friikn*!*! INTiUNATIONAL HARVI5TIR COMPANY ^ • . The people who brings you the machines that work » -SEE THEM AT . . . Algona Implement Co president, .presided at the all day meeting. Judy Thorespn, county president, gave a report and Mae Riter, state membership chairman, also gave a report. Others attending were Anna Presthus, Meta Gunder, Mabel Lund, Jean Boleneus, Wesley; Sue Mullen, Corwith; Lucille Everds, and Clara Amesbury. The Republican National Committee Woman, Mary Louse Smith, Des Moines, accpm >anied the group. She had been .he speaker at the Palo Alto lepublican Women's luncheon uVednesday in EsthervUle which Mrs. Schutter also attended. Several candidates for state offices also attended the meet ing. Emmetsburg, 1965. BULLPUP RELAYS The annual Bullpup Relay for 7th, 8th and 9th grader will be held beginning at 4 p.m here Wednesday. Motor We have a quantity of Phillips 66 diesel motor oil in 30-gallon drums on sale now at a very special price. Inquire at the elevator. 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